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"If anyone knows the solution to this please help. I have recently had to separate a female kribensis from my 180L tank as she had recently had some fry hatch and she was literally killing my tetras in there. I slowly acclimated her into another of my softwater tanks and in less than a day she became lethargic, then not moving, then upside down, and looks like she's given up on life! I have reintroduced her back into the main tank in hope that she recovers, but even after several hours she is very much the same, upside down, but still respirating well. Is there a sure way to get her to recover or is it hit and miss from here? (I'm not new to kribs and have been keeping various tropical fish for about 15years but this problem is new to me)."

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